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FINDING

1. The Internet accounts for 3.4 percent of overall GDP in the 13 nations studied. More than half of that impact arises from private consumption, primarily online purchases and advertising. An additional 29 percent flows from investments by private-sector companies in servers, software, and communications equipment. The Internet economy, now larger than that of Spain, surpasses global industry sectors such as agriculture and energy. 2. The Internet is a critical element of economic progress, pushing a significant portion of economic growth. Both our macroeconomic approach and our statistical approach show that in the mature countries we studied, the Internet accounted for 10 percent of GDP over the 15-year period from 1995 to 2009, and its influence is expanding. Over the last five years of that period, its contribution to GDP growth in these countries doubled, to 21 percent. If we look at the 13 countries in our scope, the Internet contributed 7 percent of growth from 1995 to 2009 and 11 percent from 2004 to 2009 (exhibit). In the global Nets growing ecosystem of suppliers, US companies play leading roles in key sectors. China and India rank among the fast-growing players in the Internets global supply chain. 3 Most of the economic value the Internet creates falls outside of the technology sector: companies in more traditional industries capture 75 percent of the benefits. The Internet is also a catalyst for generating jobs. Among 4,800 small and midsize enterprises surveyed, it created 2.6 of them for each lost to technology-related efficiencies.

These findings suggest that corporate leaders will need to sharpen their focus on the opportunities the Internet offers for new products and expanded customer reach. Public-sector leaders ought to promote broad access to the Net, since Internet usage, quality of infrastructures, and Internet expenditure are correlated with higher growth in GDP per capita. Companies should also pay attention to how quickly Internet technologies can disrupt business models by radically changing markets and driving efficiencies. For governments, investments in infrastructure, human capital, financial capital, and business-environment conditions will help strengthen their Internet supply ecosystems.

CONCLUSION

For a children to the workplace, there are many forms of positive reinforcement for negative behavior .the topics of cults ,hate violence ,video game s and downloading are related to the central theme. The positive reinforcement for negative bheaviour definitely plays a role in internet addiction and can become an influential effect. The internet is here and it is here to stay .we must educate our future generation to use the internet wisely and responsibility. the internet is a vast tool of knowledge and communication. Do not let the internet overwhelm its influence of positive reinforcement for negative behavior upon you .The internet has provided a mean for people to communicate , while also providing a means for isolation and anti-social behavior . New technology introduced both positive and negatives for our society. We must learn to cop and solve the negative ascepts of this new technology, The internet and develops a new way to control psychological disorders .